For years, we've associated the color and word green with such things as money and even the lifestyle and catch phrases like "go green" to represent recycling and saving our environment. But so too is green closely matched with the celebrated Irish culture and public holiday o.... read more
For many of us, St. Patrick's Day marks a turning point. The cold and dark days of January and February are behind us and the wall-to-wall green on March 17 reminds us that spring is on the horizon. What better reason to celebrate? Below are some ideas to help make this St. P.... read more
This a great activity for Presidents Day, if your children have the day off or have been talking about the presidents in school. You'll need thin white printing or drawing paper; coins—at least one penny, one nickel, one dime, and one quarter, depending on how many kids are .... read more
Raise your hand if your preschooler gets more mail than you do (meaning personal mail, of course, not bills and catalogs and credit card offers). We thought so. Between party invitations, birthday and holiday cards, and postcards from doting relatives, there's no question that.... read more
Prior to having children, I could have sworn that Valentines Day was a giant conspiracy contrived by florists, chocolatiers, and stationery stores. But after becoming a parent, I realized February 14th is a cherished celebration that goes beyond roses, chocolates, and cards. J.... read more
According to this book's jacket, the author and etcher, Thomas Handforth, visited the Far East on a Guggenheim Fellowship and published Mei Li in 1938 based on his experiences. The Caldecott Medal-winning story follows a young girl on the eve of the Chinese New Year as she ven.... read more
Super Bowl 51 is next weekend, and history tells us that more than 100 million people will tune in to watch the Atlanta Falcons take on the New England Patriots. We think it's a good bet that your family will be watching, too. Below are a few suggestions for making your Super .... read more
Now that we've packed away the tombstones and spider webs for another year, we are suddenly crouched at the starting line of the marathon that is Thanksgiving then Christmas/Hanukkah then New Year's. The holidays can be overwhelming, but doing just one.... read more
It's okay - you're allowed to be biased. You think nothing is cuter than the little face of that adored preschooler in your life gazing up at you in wonder. Here's the good news: you're right. And here's the better news: you are about to have a day where those eyes are never w.... read more
The Fourth of July is a great time to be a kid with all of the fun, friends, family, food, and fireworks. Below are some ideas for Fourth of July crafts and snacks that you can make and enjoy with your kids. Kids love to wear things that they have made and July 4th t-shir.... read more
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